Sterling pretty bullish for next week...
On Monday, disturbances in both the northern and southern streams
will start to approach the area. The northern stream trough will be
quite dynamic, forcing the development of a large area of high
pressure in it`s wake. This high will shift southward in conjunction
with the upper trough, driving a powerful cold front southeastward
toward our area. The combination of the southern stream disturbance
approaching from the Tennessee Valley, coupled with the southward
surging cold front could produce precipitation across the area by
Monday afternoon. However, the positioning of the front and the
resultant chances for precipitation are still rather uncertain six
days out. The airmass behind the cold front looks very cold for late
March, and wintry precipitation may be possible behind the front,
even at lower elevations.